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podcast

A digital audio or video file that is episodic, downloadable, program-driven (mainly with a host and/or theme) and convenient, usually via an automated feed with computer software.

podcast

A World Wide Web feed of audio or video files for playing on mobile devices such as MP3 players at a later time and at a listener's or viewer’s convenience.
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I write this latest 802 assessment with a little apprehension, inasmuch as seven years ago I had a similar experience with an earlier pair whose frequency responses I measured extensively (both indoors and outdoors that time) for another audio magazine. B&W wrote an unhappy letter saying, among other faults, how out of step I was with the rest of the world, in both my judgment and my protocols.
"I was so focused on audio magazines, and here I am, owning a newspaper."
Actually, I despise as much as you do--maybe more--the fact that the covers of audio magazines are typically sold to generate advertising revenue (we were not the first to do this), but I cannot get as worked up as you do about this particular cover, which, by the way, was not sold.
Mencken, and Virgil Thomson, along with women, African Americans, "postmodern" writers, composer-critics, educators, critics for audio magazines and broadcast media, and-briefly--critics on the Internet.
A few years back The $ensible Sound along with a couple of other audio magazines reviewed Sound Dynamics (RTS 3 and others) loudspeakers with glowing praise for producing great sound for little money and now they aren't mentioned anywhere in any of the staff picks (that I can tell).